Incinerator emissions

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  • In the meantime, the electric power sector has measures available today that could lead to mercury reductions of between twenty and eighty per cent. Two of the most important immediate steps include the adoption of the best available control technologies and investments in energy efficiency. Mercury control devices are being introduced successfully at regulated waste incinerators in Canada; however, these technologies are still in the early stages of development for coal-fired power plants.

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  • The presence of chlorine in alternative fuels (e.g., sewage sludge, municipal solid waste or incineration ash, chlorinated biomass,) has both direct and indirect implications on cement kiln emissions and performance. Methods have been developed to properly manage chlorine and its potential implications – but it is important that these implications be recognized and managed. Trace levels of chlorine in feed materials can lead to the formation of acidic gases such as hydrogen chloride (HCl) and hydrogen fluoride (HF) (WBCSD 2002).

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  • Waste incinerators fall somewhere between the two categories of incidental and deliberate emissions. Similar to a coal plant, they burn a feedstock — in this case garbage — and mercury is released as an incidental emission. The difference is that most of the incidental emissions from waste incinerators are a result of mercury that is deliberately put into products. These may include fluorescent lamps, old batteries, dental office waste, electrical switches or thermostats.

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  • Donor must adhere to the Zanzibar medicine, medical supplies and medical equipment donation guidelines so that donations will address the expressed needs of the Zanzibar and that the date of expiry should not be less than one year unless there is a clear evidence from Zanzibar that there is clear logistics and managerial capacity to store and distribute shorter dated drugs efficiently. The cost of disposal of waste pharmaceuticals Pharmaceuticals are ideally disposed of by high temperatures (i.e. above 1200 o C) incineration.

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